The white flowering woodland vine - Clematis 'Paul Ferges'
The flowers of the Paul Ferges are as beautiful as its name. This clematis variety will enhance your garden with its elegant white flowers. The Paul Ferges clematis is summer-green and reaches a dense bush height of between 2 and 3 metres. Between May and June you can look forward to a full, white flower that repeats itself in September. The clematis is sufficiently hardy and loves a shady root zone.
Support your clematis as it grows
In order for the Paul Ferges clematis to grow tall, it needs climbing aids in the form of trellises or pergolas. The plants are grown in pots, so you can use the clematis Paul Ferges all year round. Clematis grows in partial shade. Choose a spot where there is still enough sunlight. Remember that a clematis likes a place with sun on its head and cold on its feet.
For example, plant pachysandra or phlox at the foot of the plant to create a shady spot around the root.
Vines in your garden
When planting this garden plant, you can insert the supplied pot about 5 centimetres lower than the top edge add some soil when planting, this stimulates growth. The clematis is not a self-clinging plant and therefore needs support. It forms twining leaf stalks that wrap around any support material. There are several ways to do this: a wall, a trellis, a climbing frame, a pergola, a fence, a tree or a tall bush. Place the clematis in a rather sheltered spot to prevent the wind from damaging it.
Clematis patens 'Paul Ferges' belongs to the patens group. This group of clematis blooms with the largest flowers. Pruning is not necessary, but can be carried out when this garden plant becomes too large. This is best done with Clematis patens 'Paul Ferges' after the first flowering, as this woodland vine flowers on the old wood.
Buy Wood Vine - Clematis'Paul Ferges'
We recommend buying 3 - 4 plants for a running metre
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use the woodland vine 'Paul Ferges' all year round.